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August 08, 2003 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-08

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Adult Nurse Practitioner, Board Certified
Providing Health Care and Disease Prevention


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OCC Prof Named To Statewide Post

Announcing the Openin

Adult Primar

Health Care and Msease 1eventtotz

16111 W. Twelve Mile Rd, Suite 101 - Southfield Ml 48034 - Cindynp0aol.com

Ph: 148-351-3569

Office flours by Appointment &House Calls Available

Collaborating Physician:
arty Dell, M.D., affiliated with Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital
Collaborating Physician:
Dr. Barbara Cingel, M.D., a William

hat started as a plan to fix a roof
leak on the Koppy family's home in
Bloomfield Township, evolved into a
complete exterior renovation of their
1960s era French colonial.
"It's totally different," said David Koppy,
who shares the 3,600-square-foot home
with wife Elissa, children, Adam and
Falynn, and dog, Shayna. "We feel like
we're living in a brand new home."
Armed with a custom set of architectural
plans, Gittleman transformed the entire
elevation, adding lodge-style cultured
stone, preserving and redeploying
existing brick, extending the porch and
reconfiguring the garage roofline.
Throughout the project, the Koppys'
daily routine was never disrupted — a
critical point considering that David and
Elissa run a home-based computer
consulting company.
The work went so well, in fact, David recommended the company for his sister's home renovation.
So, if you're looking for a simple correction, or a dramatic home makeover, Gittleman has
the answers.


Southfield resident Harvey Bronstein was
appointed to the Michigan Higher
Education Assistance Authority by Gov.
Jennifer Granholm. The term runs until
May 2007.
Bronstein has been a professor of busi-
ness administration at Oakland
Community College since 1968 and will
be one of two people representing corn-
munity colleges statewide on the
Bronstein serves on the boards of the
United Jewish Foundation, Jewish
Community Council, Hillel of Metro
Detroit, Michigan chapter of the

American Israel
Public Affairs
Committee and
Michigan Jewish
Historical Society.
He also has served
for many years on
the board of Hebrew
Free Loan.
Bronstein has been
adviser to the Metro
Hillel Chapter at OCC for 15 years and
has served on many committees at the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan

Melton Mini-School Classes Set

There's still time to sign up if you
want to expand your understanding
of Judaism at the Florence Melton
Adult Mini-School.
The project of Hebrew University
in Jerusalem is an innovative con-
cept in adult Jewish learning for
students of all ages and back-
grounds. The 2-year program pro-
motes Jewish literacy via the
sequential, systematic study of
Jewish sources.
Classes will begin the week of
Sept. 8. First-year students may reg-
ister for classes taking place either
Wednesdays, 7-9:15 p.m., at the
Max M. Fisher Federation Building
in Bloomfield Township, or
Tuesdays, 9:30-11:45 a.m., at the
Jewish Community Center in West

Bloomfield. Returning students will
continue to meet on Thursday
mornings or Tuesday evenings.
The class "Great Jewish Thinkers:
Exploring the Relationship between
God, Israel and Humanity" will
take place for Melton graduates on
Wednesdays, 9:30-11 a.m., for 25
sessions at the JCC in West
Bloomfield, or on Wednesdays, T-
8:30 p.m., for 15 sessions at the
Max M. Fisher Federation Building.
To register or for information,
call Marion Bronstein at the
Alliance for Jewish Education,
(248) 642-4260.
The Mini-School is sponsored by
the Federation's Alliance for Jewish
Education and the Jewish
Community Center.

Just ask the Koppys.

Call today, and discover how easily Gittleman can convert your house into your dream home.




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Golfers Help Kids At JCC

The 10th annual Dr. Larry D. Sills Memorial JCC Golf Classic was June 23
at Meadowbrook Country Club in Northville; 146 golfers raised $50, 000 for
Send a Kid to Camp scholarships to attend Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit summer camps and youth sports programs. Honorees at
the event were Barbara and Douglas Bloom of Birmingham, above.

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